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Ndezvedu Tese: ECCT Breast Cancer Month Awareness Campaign 2015!

When we hear the two words ‘breast cancer’, we often shudder. So many have been affected by this disease, be it directly or indirectly through experiencing it themselves, watching someone go through it, losing someone to it and so forth. 654 more words

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Is Glyphosate "Probably Carcinogenic to Humans" ?

In May 2015 a body within the World Health Organisation (WHO) called the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) declared that Glyphosate (the key ingredient in Roundup) was probably carcinogenic. 254 more words

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Thirteen Killed In Turkey Road Accident

At least 13 people have been killed, following a road accident, between a car and a light vehicle, in southern Turkey. 156 more words


Making Waves

The government and sector regulator TRAI have blamed telcos and tower firms for call drops and are mulling penalties while the industry has countered by accusing the states, local bodies and belligerent resident welfare associations (RWAs) of thwarting telecom infrastructure expansion by wrongly claiming that cell tower radiation is harmful. 449 more words


Chemical spray push based on untruths say councillors

Source: North Shore Times
Date: 18 September 2015
Author: Zizi Sparks

A push for Auckland-wide chemical-based weed control has been fuelled by false information, say Albany councillors. 374 more words

How Safe and Effective are e-cigarettes?

Are e-cigarettes healthy and safe ?

Are they a better alternative to normal cigarettes?

Public Health England are saying it’s a concern …

Here is the debate from a study questioning its benefits and effectiveness; 547 more words


Public Health Perspective: ASEAN Economic Community and Migration

ASEAN Economic Migration: Aspiration or Reality


The Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN) was founded in 1967. With the charter of ASEAN, it focuses on several issues: economy, natural resources (such as energy), and other investments. 741 more words